I fully agree. Taking heavy inspiration from the Alexandrian Remix and adding plenty of my stuff, I'm enjoying it greatly (and apparently so do the players). So, as a campaign framework, I'm loving it, but I would never run it as presented in the book.My opinion is that it’s a cool concept that fails spectacularly in execution. If you do an Alexandrian Remix level overhaul, you can get a really good campaign out of the ideas presented in it. But it fails completely as a product meant to allow you to run an adventure without having to lay that kind of groundwork.